- The New Standard Test Wizard increases custom test cycle productivity
- Channel Loss Compensation for more accurate TDR waveforms
- Hardware support for newest vector network analyzers
The new Physical Layer Test System (PLTS) 2023 is the industry standard for signal integrity measurements and data post-processing of high-speed interconnects, such as cables, backplanes, PCBs, and connectors. Many signal integrity laboratories around the world have benefited from the power of PLTS in the R and D prototype test phase. PLTS 2023 has now migrated to a powerful 64-bit application unleashing high port count s-parameter measurements. Today’s 800G internet infrastructure demands multi-port channel analysis to mitigate crosstalk issues that can cause bit errors and the new 64-bit PLTS application enables deeper memory for those large data files of 16-port and 32-port s-parameter measurements.
PLTS N19305B extends the N19301B base product to perform advanced calibration techniques such as Automatic Fixture Removal (AFR).
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